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Bee Jays Win 8-5 to improve to 2-0
06/06/2010

The 2010 BJ's prepare to begin their season.

The Liberal Bee Jays won their first opener in three years on Friday night. On Saturday, the Bee Jays continued their good start as they broke a 5-5 tie in the seventh inning thanks to a throwing air which ended up leading to three Liberal runs and an 8-5 Bee Jays victory over the Denver Bombers. The BJ manager John Martin credits Chandler-Gilbert's Aaron Mees for a solid game offensively and defensively. San Diego's Nick Youpel pitched an inning and a third of scoreless relief before closer Lamar's Brandon Ward-Hersee pitched a scoreless ninth for his first save. Ward-Hersee shattered the NJCAA record for saves in a season with 24 this spring. The Bombers head back to the "Mile High City" 2-2 while the BJ's improve to 2-0. The Bee Jays host another Rocky Mountain League team Sunday and Monday when the Denver Renegades come to town for 7 p.m. games. Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites and Days Inn are the buyout sponsor for Sunday's game.

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